The city of London is currently in the thick of London Fashion Week, and Dover Street Market on Haymarket is no exception. From LVMH prize winner Marine Serre's graduate collection to Katie Robert Wood's 'Without Bound, Without Dimension' installation, here are some highlights of this year's DSM x LFW installations...
Coffee specialist Nespresso continues its UK expansion with the opening of a new store at Meadowhall in Sheffield. Located on Park Lane next to L'Occitane and Jigsaw, the 111 sq m store is a permanent space following the success of a pop-up at Meadowhall.
Japanese brand MUJI has opened an Aroma Bar in its expanded and redesigned retail space in Selfridges London. The 150 sq m space is home to London’s first Japanese Aroma Bar, where MUJI aromatherapy experts help customers blend their own oils to take home and use in MUJI’s aroma diffuser. On Saturday 16th September during London Design Festival, the brand will be inviting an aromatherapist to the space to run a workshop and provide tutorials in essential oil blending for Selfridges’ customers.
FENDI has opened its first 'F is FENDI' pop-up at Harrods in London, presenting a new and exciting story for the Roman Maison. Named after, and inspired by, the new monogram ring logo of the Maison, F is FENDI reflects the mood of the FENDI women's Fall/Winter 2017-18 collection. The space is characterised by a cinematic and geometric vibe, combined with the free spirit and graphic heritage of the Maison in a feminine and contemporary way.
British maternity brand Séraphine continues its rapid international expansion plans with the opening of a flagship store in Paris. Located behind Boulevard Saint-Germain on Place Saint-Sulpice, the new store boasts more than 139 sq m of retail space and a prime location, adjacent to the historical flagship of Saint Laurent.